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Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals

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Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals

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The Tisserand Institute, Sussex, U.K. Reference for practitioners of aromatherapy on the toxicity of essential oils such as parsley leaf, angelica, verbena, and lavender. Second half consists of quick-reference profiles of each substance listing hazards, contraindications, maximum use, etc. … More >>

Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals


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  • Anonymous said:

    I very much appreciated the solid information on the safety of essential oils, as as an MD I have been using them internally for my own health. Without a book like this and adequate understanding, that could be quite harmful. However, people should be aware that the book does not cover the therapeutic effects of the oils, nor give an adequate discussion of the issue of impurities and adulterations and how to minimize the risk of these. This book is a must for anyone practicing aromatherapy, as is a reliable supplier of essential oils who tests all their products by gas chromatography and other methods.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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